Frightdome at Circus-Circus LasVegasKids presents
Halloween in Las Vegas
FrightDome at Circus Circus...
This year’s Halloween Fright Dome is not just one, two or three adventures but five – count ‘em – five haunted houses plus premium rides, haunting movies and Freak Shows featuring Enigma.
Opening weekend festivities include special guest appearances by Sid Haig, who appeared as Captain Spaulding in Rob Zombie’s “House of 1,000 Corpses” and “The Devil’s Reject” horror classics, and Bill Moseley, who appeared as Otis Driftwood in both films, as well as “Halloween.”
Adding to the heart-pounding scares this year are three new haunted houses – HillBilly Hell, Vampire’s Bloodfeast and The HEX-MAS Nightmare, complete with falling snow.
Other new features include Scare Zones with monsters and super creatures lurking in the dark and an off-the-wall stunt show starring the hosts of “Guinea Pig,”
the thrill-a-minute series airing on Discovery Channel Canada that pushes human experiences to the extreme. Other sure-to-terrify highlights include one of the only female sword-swallowers in the world, Lady Diabla, and her Xtreme Sideshow Circus featuring Stigmata – tattooed from head to toe, performing suspension acts – and Lil’ Miss Firefly – one of the world’s smallest girls, measuring in at just above two feet.
Fright Dome Schedule/Times: open from 7 p.m. to midnight Oct. 1-31 on select nights. General admission tickets are $36.95 and fast pass tickets are available for an additional $15 allowing express line entry for all five haunted houses. This event is not appropriate for children under 12. For more information,
Discount coupons (promo codes) are available at Fright Dome sponsors’ MetroPCS, Savon, Fabulous Freddy's Car Wash, Hollywood Video, Del Taco, Albertsons and Fright World Halloween stores.
Fright Dome kicks off 2011 Halloween season with black carpet and special guests
Michael Myers has come home… will Las Vegas survive? Beginning Saturday, Oct. 1 Fright Dome takes over The Adventuredome at Circus Circus and will partner with Compass Films International to theme two of its five haunted houses after the legendary horror film HALLOWEEN. To further the fright this year, Owner Jason Egan adds to the excitement and terror of Fright Dome with the first ever grand opening night black carpet. In addition to local celebrities and headliners, Rick Genest, the recognizable “Zombie Boy” from Lady Gaga’s hit music video “Born this Way” as well as Joe Letz of famed industrial music groups CombiChrist and Skold will be among those walking the carpet. In his return to Fright Dome, illusionist Dan Sperry will add to opening night with an all new show of shock illusion.
WHEN: Opening night- Saturday, Oct. 1 Black Carpet - 6 p.m. Hearse entrance - 7 p.m. Open until midnight...